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Racial Equity Initiative | Michigan

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Project Goal Improve conditions of schools to be more inclusive of South Asian Americans (SAA) children and families in Metropolitan Detroit, Michigan by: 1. Increasing disaggregated data collection efforts through creation of mechanisms (e.g., school and state-level policies) to increase reporting of cultural insensitivity and bullying, and 2. Decreasing incidences of cultural insensitivity and bullying…

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Racial Equity Initiative | Louisiana

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Project Goal To improve Family Economic Security for Asian American (AA) children and families in Village de l’Est and the Greater New Orleans area in Louisiana by: 1. Development of the Village de l’Est Sustainable Eco-Farm 2. Implement a community youth leadership development program 3. Advocacy of aquaponics, sustainable agriculture, and local agriculture Communities Served…

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Racial Equity Initiative | Hawaii

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Project Goal To improve the Youth Civic Engagement process, the AIM for Youth Hawaii (AIM HI) project seeks to increase awareness about civic engagement processes and increase youth ages 16-25 involvement in community activities. AIM for Youth Hawaii will: 1. Create a statewide youth advisory council of at least 20-youth representative of each island (Oahu,…

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Racial Equity Initiative | California

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Project Goal Improve access to higher education for Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) children and families in Southern California by 1) Increasing the number of NHPI emerging leaders who will become advocates for educational equity in higher education for NHPI students, and 2) Increasing institutional and systemic involvement in addressing educational disparities for NHPI…

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Identifying Vulnerable Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in California Under Health Care Reform

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In 2013, the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) did a study on Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander small business owners and employees throughout California. We were interested in identifying barriers they faced in getting health insurance, finding out what they knew about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and if they…

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#ACATurns3 Twitter Storm

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Successes, Reflections, and Challenges in Achieving #HealthJustice for our Communities Friday, March 22, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. EDT | Use Hashtag: #ACATurns3 #HealthJustice The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) along with the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, National Women’s Law Center, California Family Health Council, National Women’s Health Network, Center for…

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Immigration Reform Without Health Care = A Risky Proposition

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Immigration reform and access to health care cannot be a zero sum game. The economic and human toll is too great. To have a more sustainable and prosperous future, America’s health care system must work for everyone, regardless of immigration status. Our nation is stronger and healthier when everyone has access to affordable health care…

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ACA and Language Access Postcard Templates

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How to Use the Postcards We’ve provided post card templates and sample taglines that you can use to create your own post cards. Use the post cards at your next health reform education event or any of the event suggestions discussed in this toolkit. The cards include taglines that people can translate into their native…